My name is Lu and I’m a museumophile. Seriously, I love those places. Put me in any museum or gallery (literally, any) and I’m in my element. I love the cool marble floors, the forced whispering, the super-serious security people and the tiny information cards. So, it’s no surprise that I adore The Museum of Me by Emma Lewis (Tate, RRP £11.99), a book about places of interest, seen from the perspective of a young girl. She explores all manner of subjects covered by museums, from ancient artefacts to space, via natural history and art, enjoying them all, but discovering that her favourite museum is actually not all that far from home. It’s an entrancing book – there’s so much to take in from Lewis’s quirky, collagey illustrative style that it holds up to reading over and over again. There are also lots of questions to spark discussions about collections, museums and things precious to your little ones, so it’s a fabulous gift book.